Killer On The Train

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The inaugural event is a trip to unveil new and exciting wines grown in the valley. This train offered the tasting of the new wine flavors, along with delightful food. At least until a bar helper found a body; a disliked restaurant and wine critic. The suspect list of 230 people adds to the complicated investigation. Hank Carson, a retired LA police detective, secures the crime scene he More

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Words: 59,370
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370125296
About Bruce Alan Jensen

Before writing fiction, Bruce was active in the food service and restaurant industry, as middle management. Also, the owner two small restaurants, and an active consultant for the college and university operations. Since retiring, he has enjoyed travel around the US in his motor home where ideas came to him in potential locales for mystery stories.
Bruce is now a semi-retired writer. He and Molly traveled around the US for over eight years, north to south, east to west. This gave him the opportunity to meet people from around the country and a few from Europe. Sadly, Molly is no longer with him. These experiences have provided fodder for his story ideas. Specifically, the locales where he lived for more than a few weeks. The only states that he hasn’t been to in his seventy-two years are Alaska and Maine. Maine is next on the list to visit.
Bruce documented several of the unusual circumstances that he encountered. These experiences lead him to write a blog. Then short stories, and now a novel. During this time, he also developed drafts for two other novels and outlines for three more. The first book takes place on the Napa Wine Train. His goal is to have Killer On The Train published and distributed in 2017. As a native Californian, he has enjoyed the scenic Napa Valley, the wineries, and even a meal aboard the train.

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Review by: Marquis Syler on Feb. 26, 2017 :
An interesting and well crafted murder story with believable characters. The main character is likable and with flaws. The police procedural elements are well researched and not over done.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)

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